Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Superintendent Lewis Holloway will face no additional disciplinary action from the SOCSD Board of Trustees outside of last year's two-week suspension after he was convicted of two counts of simple assault Friday.
Oktibbeha County supervisors unanimously approved a $3.66 million, four-year road plan to guide infrastructure projects through Fiscal Year 2019 Monday, adding overlay efforts to a draft released earlier this month.
Supervisors received bids from seven companies Thursday competing to handle approximately 800 feet of slope repairs at Oktibbeha County Lake, and all seven bids came in under a July estimate forecasting costs at about $1.5 million.
A Starkville man was sentenced to eight years in federal prison Wednesday after pleading guilty this spring to one count of conspiring to support the Islamic State.
Local non-profit groups and event organizers have until 5 p.m. Friday to submit applications for Starkville Convention and Visitors Bureau's annual sponsorship grants.
A Starkville man was charged with aggravated assault Monday after he allegedly shot his girlfriend in the back of the head last week.
An early draft of Oktibbeha County's upcoming four-year road plan would calls for the county to spend an estimated $2.33 million on a number of infrastructure projects -- including paving, resealing and overlay efforts -- through 2019.
One of former undercover cop Charlie Spillers' most memorable arrests came when officers dragged a suspect out of an occupied vehicle and violently threw him against the car.
Starkville's June sales and 2 percent tax receipts eclipsed their 2015 marks after the city recorded a slight dip in returns for the month of May.
Two child enticement charges against Jody Wayne Britt were retired this month after new evidence prompted an Oktibbeha County grand jury to indict the former Starkville Academy coach on two counts of luring a child to engage in sexually explicit communications via computer and one count of child exploitation.
Law enforcement agents are forecast to move into the newly renovated Starkville Police Department in May after aldermen unanimously tasked the Columbus-based Weathers Construction Inc. to rehabilitate the city's former administrative home this month.
Starkville police and Animal Control agents are collecting supplies for the victims of recent flooding in Louisiana.
Mississippi Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce Cindy Hyde-Smith begins putting her statewide experience to work on a national level today as an adviser on Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's agriculture policy committee.
Oktibbeha County property owners are expected to pay a higher tax rate in the upcoming fiscal year after supervisors unanimously approved an additional 1-mill levy for its bridge repair fund Monday.
Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Chief Financial Officer Tammie McGarr says the school district has implemented or is in the process of adding new policies after an audit of Fiscal Year 2014-15 found five deficiencies with how the district monitors federal awards, food services and receipts from athletic events.
Former professional basketball player Travis Outlaw was arrested Tuesday after a grand jury indicted him on a felony marijuana charge.
Aldermen are poised to fund Starkville Police Department renovations after seven of eight project bids received by the city Thursday came in under the $5.4 million budget allocated for the work.
The first ever Friday Starkville Community Market, offering pop-up shopping vendors, live music and local food and beverage tastings, will kick off the Greater Starkville Development Partnership's New South Weekends event series on Sept. 2, the day before Mississippi State University's football game against the University of South Alabama.
Starkville police officers and agents with the U.S. Marshal Task Force arrested two suspects allegedly tied to a recent armed robbery at a North Jackson Street gas station.
A Starkville man died Tuesday after a single-car accident on Highway 12.
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